Co-Director Sought for the Wally Cordes Teaching Faculty Support Center
The Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center (TFSC) seeks a co-director to work closely and collaboratively to develop, organize and deliver programming to support the teaching and faculty support mission of U of A.
Selection criteria include:
- active particpation in TFSC events and programming
- the ability to work collaboratively and productively on a team and with others
- demonstrated teaching excellence
- a minimum of five years of college-level teaching
- superb organizational skills.
Moreover, diversity, equity and inclusion are core values at the U of A and the TFSC. Diverse applicants are encouraged to apply.
The Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center is an interactive resource for faculty, instructors and graduate teaching assistants who strive to enhance teaching and learning. Directed by U of A faculty, TFSC invests in faculty excellence, promotes innovation in teaching and learning, and advances student success. The center, established in 1992, provides programs, symposiums, teaching camps and grants for new and not-so-new faculty and teachers. TFSC also supports faculty scholarships and assists departments in improving learning and teaching. Three co-directors provide leadership for the center. Each co-director serves a three-year term, which means a new co-director rotates into TFSC each year.
To apply, send a one-page statement outlining what you could contribute as a TFSC co-director and a CV to email@example.com with the subject line "TFSC Co-Director."
Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 22.
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